War Stories No. 1 and No. 106

Subject: Employee Embezzlement

Services: Write-up and accounting

Ever since 1989 IMPACT has brought its readers War Stories from the CAMICO claims files. The War Story tradition continues to this day and is one of the many distinguishing characteristics of CAMICO’s exemplary loss prevention services, designed to warn policyholders of the many pitfalls and risk exposures facing CPAs.

CAMICO Broadens Protection for Potential Claims

Most professional liability insurance policies for CPAs, including CAMICO’s, are “claims made and reported” policies, which means that claims and potential claims must be made and reported to the insurance company during the policy period, or within a grace period for reporting claims, such as 60 days, after the policy period.

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